don't want to see you in the kitchen ,rather see you under the hood ....
indoctrinate through academia and media.
why is that the ones that seek tolerance are the most intolerant.
They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety. -Benjamin Franklin
I had never had a guy with an air cooled be a di(k me because my beetle wasn't up to their standards. That's why I kept to my air cooled crowd even after I sold mine. But, I am starting to get a little borde being the odd ball since they won't go to "the water pumping fests" all the time. And they do tease me about not being cool anymore since I don't have an old VW. But that's all in fun, I've known them for 10 years.
Because women are actually capable of multi-tasking.
I just don't want to run the risk of someone else damaging it... too many possible complications.
Any links to more photos of yours??
No more pictures at this time... I'll post a few of when I bought it, and while I owned it but was broke (IE: in the military!) I am starting to build on it now, but have not had the motivation or time to clean it up for pictures yet...
GotMyDub, that mk2 is GORGEOUS.
Currently building an '85 GTI for ICSCC Conference Racing
I also auto cross this baby:
A couple of the ones I've had in the past:
The red one I miss so much:
Flipped this one.
Last edited by RoadRunner219; 10-20-2010 at 05:12 PM.
Is that your bfs car or something? Or did you buy it from a guy recently? I can't remember his SN but I have TONS of photos of that car which I saved on my old computer years ago and the owner was a guy.... maybe it's just a look-alike? Awesome car regardless.Originally Posted by Moofluffen;67887190
Here's what the car looked like when I purchased it:
All stock, original 16V, not even an aftermarket CD player. Only the ugly Ronal R8s which I removed rather quickly lol.
Last edited by Moofluffen; 10-20-2010 at 06:07 PM.
Hahaha...there is a whole mess of us ladies on here with VWs. You didn't see the H20 Ladies Photoshoot thread?
Since we're all sharing, here are my POS's...
1987 Cabby 2.0L 16v
2001 Golf 1.8t
1978 Rabbit 1.8t - it found me
The Biggest POS - '10 Impreza STI
I working on getting another mk4 GLI or 20th at the moment...or an older STI. Apparently I think I need more cars.
'if in doubt, flat out'
The Rabbit is technically the bfs, but I have hours into this car, hence auto crossing it Not putting in the work for nothing! Lol
9a 2L 16v, port matched head to intake
Custom short runner w/ mustang 70mm TB, custom fuel rail
Ford Racing 30# injectors
2y Peloquin equipped 020, .75 5th gear
Scriocco 16v rear bar, no front bar
Front and Rear Upper Stress Bars
Lower Front Eurosport 4pt bar
Delrin Offset (caster) Control Arm Bushings
PMW Ball Joint Spacers (1.5″) and Tie Rod Flip kit
Upgraded to Rabbit GTI spindles and brakes
ATE Rotors and PBR Metal Master Pads (front/street)
ATE Rotors and Carbotech pads (front/race)
Brembo Rotors and PBR Metal Master Pads (rear/all time)
Dual Willwood Proportioning Valves for rear brake bias adjustment
And paint by Akrett
That Jetta I bought not running, $700 bucks! Simply swapped out the blown head for a rebuilt one, did the seals, etc. Lowered it on Tokikos with HOR springs and sold it for $2k! The Red GTI was my pride and joy. Peppiest 8v ever. I do 90% of the work on my cars. Brendon hops in when I don't have the strength to lift something! haha I help out with the TraksClothing racecar, and I'm currently building my own conference road race car as well However, atm, I'm driving my big lifted Jeep and a snowmobile!
Oh, here's one photo I had saved of his car aka your twin: Jazzman, that's his name. Little different wheels now that I look at it but almost the same!
Last edited by RoadRunner219; 10-21-2010 at 01:58 PM.
Thanks for the props I try to do as much work on my GTI as I can. I have more time to focus on it now that the MkIV is sold and it's my only build (I've got an '08 Volvo S40 T5 AWD 6MT on KW V1s and awaiting wheels that I daily the rest of the time and a Toyota FJ to mess around with). I've just got to commit some money to buying a donor car with a 1.8T so I can do a mild turbo build and stuff it in the GTI for a little more "go"
Best of luck building the road race car! Sounds like a cool project. Any planned motor specs for it?
and yeah, if you have some pics of my car's twin post 'em up! I've only seen one other set of these wheels but they were 1pc version. I'd love to see some pics of other sets
EDIT: Jazzman's car is awwwwesome. One of the big inspirations for me getting a MkII. His wheels are actually OZ Turbos, though. Amazing car for sure.
Last edited by Moofluffen; 10-21-2010 at 02:02 PM.
i wish i had gone with the 16v, right now im in the midst of dropping a built mk2 8v into my mk1 cabby (pics on page 1 or 2) heres the build thread:
'if in doubt, flat out'